Grants & Awards
The Northern Community Health and Research Foundation has been an active supporter of research and health initiatives to impact the lives of Northern Communities in South Australia.
2024 Visiting Professorship
Nominations are now open for the 2024 Northern Community Health & Research Foundation (NCH Research Foundation) Visiting Professor.
You are invited to nominate an internationally eminent researcher or clinician to visit Adelaide in 2024, preferably during September/October 2024. The Foundation provides up to $15,000 for travel and accommodation. The NCH Research Foundation Board will host a dinner for the Visiting Professor and appropriate Faculty staff.
NORTHERN COMMUNITIES HEALTH FOUNDATION (NCHF)
DEREK FREWIN EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER AWARD 2020
This prize has been established by the Northern Communities Health Foundation (NCHF) in recognition of the outstanding contribution Emeritus Professor Derek Frewin has given to both the NCHF and the University of Adelaide. This year the NCHF Derek Frewin Early Career Researcher Award will be presented to those working in the field of Neurology or relevant related areas.
HOW TO APPLY
Completed application forms and supporting documents should be forwarded electronically, in one pdf file, to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB on Friday 24th July 2020.
2023 Derek Frewin Early Career Researcher Award
The Derek Frewin Early Career Researcher Award was established by the The Northern Community Health and Research Foundation (“the NCH Research Foundation”) in recognition of the outstanding contribution Emeritus Professor Derek Frewin has given to both the NCH Research Foundation and the University of Adelaide.
The value of the prize is $5,000.
The NCH Research Foundation Board will make the final decision about funding of projects. The Board will give consideration to research rigor and also to the relevance of the research for the general public and for health care professionals in the northern communities of Adelaide.
The NCH Research Foundation welcomes applications for small research projects and community engagement activities particularly over one or two-year periods. Projects that are likely to lead to further funding opportunities or some sustainability are likely to be viewed positively.
Applications for the 2023 Award have now closed. For more information, contact the foundation at email@example.com or the University of Adelaide staff to the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences Research Development team at firstname.lastname@example.org.